Your private guide picks you up at your Manhattan hotel and takes you to Greenwich Village to begin your walking tour.
Discover the small winding streets and Bohemian reputation of Greenwich Village. Snap a photo that recreates one of Bob Dylan's most famous album covers, and stop by the Stonewall Inn – birthplace of the gay rights movement.
Hear the story of the murder of the architect Stanford White, who designed the Washington Square Arch, learn about the deadly fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory, and visit the smallest plot of land in Manhattan.
Next, climb the steps up to the High Line, a public park built on abandoned elevated train tracks. Take in the gardens, sculptures, murals, and buildings that embellish this innovative urban park as you wind your way through to Chelsea.
Chelsea is known for high end art galleries, great food outlets, and boutiques such as Artists and Fleas, which carries handmade jewellery, clothing and crafts. Discover some of the highlights before your 3-hour tour comes to an end with hotel drop-off.